Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is over. Has the sky fallen where you live?

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As of this writing, we’re approaching 10 hours of a national military in which gay people can serve openly. Cindy Jacobs, a prophet who opposed repealing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, warned the world that fish were dying and birds were falling from the sky because DADT was on its way, um, out:

[T]he blackbirds fell to the ground in Beebe, Arkansas. Well the Governor of Arkansas’ name is Beebe. And also, there was something put out of Arkansas called “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” by a former Governor, this was proposed, Bill Clinton. As so, could there be a connection between this passage [Hosea 4] and now that we’ve had the repeal of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, where people now legally in the United States have broken restraints with the Scripture because the Scripture says in Romans 1 that homosexuality is not allowed.
It could be because we have said it’s okay for people who commit these kinds of acts to be recognized in our military for the first time in our history, there is a potential that there is something that actually happened in the land where a hundred thousand drum fish died and also where these birds just fell out of the air.

This, my friends, is where you come in. Take a look around you – right where you are – and tell us if you notice anything unusual. It could be birds falling from the sky, or new spiders under the kitchen table. Or maybe it’s a train that’s later than usual. Or rain. Or hail. Or no rain and no hail. Nothing is too small to indicate something. Please hit the comments with observations, links, etc., and please include where you’re writing from. If you’ve got photos or video to share, or a drawing of what you’re seeing, please send that, too.

And please, if you or someone you know is in or near Beebe, Arkansas, sing out. We could use you on a day like this.

Cindy Jacobs, DADT and Civil Rights

Don't Ask, Don't Tell is over. Has the sky fallen where you live?

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